• Kelly J Massey

The Holloway or Corredoira of the Grand Canyon


Last week I took a much-needed vacation with my family to see the Red Rocks and Grand Canyon of Arizona. What stuck out to me as being the most powerful was not the expanse of rock or how red it appeared, but how water and wind had carved and molded the rock, thereby creating a massive Holloway now known as the Grand Canyon. Now, I know what you're thinking, Holloways and Corredoiras are often small trails for one to walk on, but a giant could see the Grand Canyon as its Holloway too... now there's a thought.

It may have taken water thousands of years to carve the Grand Canyon, but it did it with persistence and consistency. Water doesn't hold back, it gathers its energy to run its course and does so without hesitation. If there's a space to fill, it will fill it, not minding the darkness or the void that it occupies as it steadily carves its path toward its destination.

Grand Canyon taken from Mojave Point, March 20th, 2019

#vacation #redrocks #grandcanyon #newwords

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